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Rag Radio with Thorne DreyerRag Radio 11-03-2009 / The Poetry of Mariann Wizard and Larry Piltz (2009)

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-Mariann Wizard and Larry Piltz -- both regular contributors to The Rag Blog -- read and discuss their poetry as well as their personal histories, how they work, and issues involving poetry and social change.
Guests:*Mariann Wizard is a political activist, writer -- she writes scientific reviews of natural medicines -- and widely published poet. Mariann was a founder of The Rag in Austin in 1966 and was active in the 60s New Left. *Larry Piltz is a poet and lyricist who lives in a cabin in the woods where he writes medical reports for a living. Also an artist and musician, he has performed his work in Austin since the 80s.
Host and producer: Thorne Dreyer.


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Artist/Composer: Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Date: 2009 --11-03
Keywords: -Mariann Wizard, Larry Piltz, Rag Radio, Thorne Dreyer, Poetry, Poets, Writers, Activists, The Rag, The Rag Blog, New Left, Sixties

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